After years of decline, hunting participation took an encouraging jump this year.
Many of the people trying hunting for the first time were women and young people.
Well-known wildlife scientists call for improvements to studies involving trophy hunting.
The paper was published in the Journal of Wildlife Management.
If you’ve seen “The Revenant,” you might think you know.
But there are many versions of the story.
The Selous, Africa’s largest hunting reserve, is being destroyed.
This incomparable region is under threat from a variety of projects.
Bidding is open for DSC’s live and silent virtual auctions.
Log on now to support this great organization.
Support Grand Slam Club/OVIS through online auctions and events.
A desert sheep tag and Shiras moose permit are among the auction items.
A new partnership will help more students learn the basics of hunting and fishing.
Donations to the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation make it possible.
Getting caught in an unexpected snowstorm is no joke, whether you’re on foot or in a vehicle.
Be prepared for the worst when you’re out and about in winter conditions.
Despite international travel restrictions, there are still lots of options for late-season hunts close to home.
Feral hogs and public-land birds are great options.